Conference Track

Printed Electronics

Being thin, lightweight and flexible, printed electronics is a key enabling technology for the integration of electronics and sensors to make everyday items like textiles, wearables, cars and buildings smart. Highlights of what is possible are given by the OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association) and its members for all major fields of applications, e.g. mobility, digital health and IoT.

Price: $250

Tuesday, January 8

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Conference Session

Driving the Future of Mobility

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N253

Printed electronics products—large-area sensing, touch applications and flexible and 3D-conformable OLED displays—are changing the way consumers interact with cars and enable future forms of mobility. Gain insight into this emerging technology and how it affects the mobility industry.

2:15 – 3:15 PM

Conference Session

Digitizing Healthcare for Increased Well-being

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N253

The lightweight, flexible and stretchable features of printed electronics are ideal characteristics for digitizing healthcare and wearable applications. Learn how this emerging technology will revolutionize the devices in the healthcare industry as we know it today.

3:30 – 4:30 PM

Conference Session

Connecting Objects, Homes and Cities

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N253

Sensors everywhere! Through their low-cost and easily scalable production processes, printed electronics enable smart and connected objects in a huge range, building on the foundation for the Internet of Things. Discover all the possibilities of this technology for your applications.

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